Fossilized in Houston at HUE Mural Fest

Fossilized in Houston received a grant in 2015 from The Idea Fund to commission 17 local artists to contribute images (drawings, paintings, collages and murals) of species endangered by climate change, which contributed to a public art campaign of hundreds of lawn signs and thousands of posters and stickers throughout the city. FH was recently part of HUE Mural Fest and collaborated with Gabriel Prusmack from Galveston! Come by to see the wall at Frankel’s on Polk St. corner Delano St. Special thanks to Gabriel Prusmack, and to Noah Wight, Bobby Lane and Tony Day from Fossilized for their work on this piece!

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